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for gay marriage equality or against efforts to deny it. the issue that just eight years ago was used to deny victory to a democratic presidential candidate, john kerry, is now this country's majority opinion. well, something here has stirred but what is it in what has shifted the grunt tw-thirds against smement marriage to more than 50% for it in compassion, common sense, idea fatigue? the inability of opponents to specify a single argument against it or is it the sheer number of declarations to family, friends, co-workers and public by so many people that they are gay? is this why owe so many americans have changed their mind on marriage equality? in any case tonight a major break through in the conservative ranks. our guest clark cooper, president of the log cabin republicans, and joan walsh of salon.com. let's take a look at something that george will said this weekend and the question is has the opposition of gay marriage softened even along conservative. take a look at what mr. will said this weekend. let's watch it. >> this decision by the supreme court came 31 days after an el
is, how will that influence the court? it could make them say it's not necessary for us to go here. on the other han, they could say it's now safe to look at this because there is something like an emerging consensus. quite literally, the opposition to gay marriage is dying. it's old people. >> dying, that's brutal. will is on something there. the question is barely an issue for young people. take a look at this gallop poll from just last month. 73% of younger people in the younger age category, 73% of people between 18 and 29 say same-sex marriage should be valid. only 26% of that group say that i had don't like it. what i want to start with, clark, could you have lived this? you're gay, you're republican, which i've always found interesting. you can explain it. your party is against same-sex marriage. you fought that battle. trooes in the public positions will argue about that in a minute. what do you make among the intellectuals, he's always been raining pretty high now. well, what george is saying is a reflection that we've seen in the platform debates. there actually was a deb
can't just be denied liberty. your thoughts on that issue and how that can be used in the constitution. >> that's exactly right. and there is no state interest to deny our citizens and the plaintiffs in this case the fundamental right to marriage. you know, chris, often times we get lost a bit when we're talking about these things, talking about the politics and the law, but at the end of the day there are fundamental lives at stake. when we filed this case, chris and sandy and jeff and paul had been together for ten years. now they have been together for almost 12, over 13 years. chris and sandy's twin boys were just entering high school. when this case is heard, they will be getting ready to graduate from high school. their moms deserve the same freedom to marry just as everyone else has in this country. and in this country we don't deny a certain portion of our citizens a fundamental right. we just don't. it's not american. >> isn't it true that when we had this in the court in the ninth in the appellate level, nobody came forward because nobody could come up with what you call a ju
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